Motor1.com posts spy shots of upcoming vehicles almost daily and sometimes more than that. If you want to stay up to date with the latest developments, take a look at the list of all development vehicles from last week.
This spy shot gallery captures a refreshed Audi E-Tron and E-Tron Sportback on the road together. They have an improved nose and back. We also expect a powertrain upgrade.
Ford continues to put refreshed Escape development vehicles on the road with no camouflage stitches on the body. This one is a sporty-looking ST-Line model.
Here’s the new Ford Super Duty pickup in the almost entry-level XLT trim level. This one has a SuperCab body.
While we don’t know the name of the model yet, here’s a replacement for the upcoming Lamborghini Aventador. It features the familiar styling of the brand and has a fly mount on the rear fender.
This is our first look at the Lamborghini Urus plug-in hybrid. This one wears the body of the current model, not the fresh model to come. The charger socket cover is visible on the driver’s side rear fender.
Mercedes only camouflages the GLC 63 on the body that has changed. This model received a new lower front fascia, modified side sills, and revised rear bumper.
The next-generation Mitsubishi L200 pickup offers a fresh look. Under his skin, reportedly using a Nissan pedestal.
Porsche is developing the Macan EV under a lot of concealment. There are panels all over the body that hide the style of this electric crossover.
The Skoda Kamiq has a refresh that gives the crossover an updated nose. The taillights have revised headlights. Otherwise, the info doesn’t show any major changes.
The Suzuki Jimny gets a long wheelbase, five-door variant. Plus, it reportedly gets a turbocharged, mild hybrid engine rather than the current naturally aspirated engine.